Late Model Cruise/Speed Control Levers

mopar6672

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Since cruise/speed control is most common on the C-Body models, I have come to you for help. I have several later model speed control levers and I am trying to confirm the applications. I thought the straight arm lever was for tilt and the angled arm lever was for non-tilt. Well, I got mixed results when I posted on Facebook. I plan on selling all the levers. The part number for angled arm unit is 3746 518, the straight arm unit is no longer tagged. Any thoughts?

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From what I recall, the OEM levers had "OFF" on the outer end, near the button. Some look-alike aftermarket cruise kit models had "OFF" near the steering wheel. All of the levers I remember on C-body cars came out straight, no angle, even on tilt wheels.

Might need to chase that part number in the parts books to determine potential applications?

Just some thoughts,
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from an ad on gagbay:

Auto speed cruise control stalk handle for any non tilt, non telescoping Mopar Chrysler Dodge Plymouth vehicle for years: 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985.
It is approximately 7" long.
It has been tested on a vehicle with factory equipped and functioning cruise control.
Part #: 3746518 (also 4216538 3488538)

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and also: 3746518 [Supercedes P/n 2947500 & 3488538] for another advertiser


I have 4216538 w/o tilt 81-87 Dodge truck
 
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